Delta SubSea was contacted by the IOC with urgent need for IMR work done on its deepwater gas production infrastructure off the coast of Trinidad & Tobago. The scope of work included inspection of various subsea assets, Level III inspection of production platforms as well as well intervention work and preventative repair and maintenance on certain subsea assets. The IOC needed an ROV and team immediately with the capability to visually inspect the infrastructure as well as to implement repair and maintenance.
In a very tight vessel market, Delta SubSea scoured the GoM for an IMR vessel that would meet the IOC’s specifications. Delta SubSea located and chartered the Seacor Diamond (80 ton crane, 60-man POB). ROVs and operations team were deployed at 12:01 AM the day after signing the contract with The IOC. Delta SubSea drew on its long operating history in Trinidad & Tobago to deploy in-country on an expedited and efficient basis. They delivered a Schilling HDTM 150hp ROV, Lynx ROV as well as seasoned ROV supervisors and pilots. The ROVs utilized state-of-the-art FMD, UT and ECB/Caviblaster tooling. The work was completed in exceptionally high currents.
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